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In Israel, a true story of bitter revenge

Simon (Elkabetz), right, grapples with the heavy cost of violent conflict

AMID EVEN THE LONGEST, BLOODIEST conflicts, some acts of violence remain capable of enraging a desensitized public. One such incident occurred on June 12, 2014, when three teenage Jewish boys were kidnapped in the West Bank. As

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